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Insights into the Under - Representation of Women in Sports - Leadership in Kenya
(scientific & academic publishing, 2013)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the factors that lead to women underrepresentation in sport leadership in Kenya. The factors which were investigated included cultural, political, social and economic factors ...
Investigation of Self-Perception of Players in Sports in Meru Technical Training Institute in Kenya
Technical Institutions like all other institutions of Learning in Kenya take sport as an important component of their educational programmes. The Kenya Colleges Sports Association organizes annual sports competitions in ...
Assessment of Pattern of Sport Injuries in Selected Ballgames during a Season of the Kenyan National Leagues
(Pharmaceutical Society of Japan, 2014)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the pattern and specific anatomical location of injuries on male and female players in one season of the Kenyan national division one leagues of basketball, handball and volleyball. ...
Perceived Contribution of Team Support to Psychological Satisfaction of Kenya’s University Rugby Players
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the levels of universities rugby players’ satisfaction in relation to team support, i.e. media, medical, teammate, fans and university community. A survey research design was used ...
Psychological Factors that Influence Training and Performance of Female Athletes in Sports in Teacher Training Colleges in Central Region of Kenya
The purpose of this study was to evaluate psychological factors that influence the training and performance of female athletes in sports in teacher training colleges in central region of Kenya. The study assessed the extent ...
Parental Role and Influence in the Teaching-Learning of Physical Education: Perceptions of Physical Education Students in Kenya’s Universities
(Scientific & Academic Publishing, 2013)
Parental role and influence can contribute immensely towards the adoption and promotion of teaching of PE for their children in educational institutions in various countries of the world. The involvement of parental support ...
Witchcraft Practices in Kenyan Football: A Reality or Myth?
(International Journal of Sports Technology Management and Allied sciences, 2012)
Benefits of Slum Tourism in Kibera Slum in Nairobi, Kenya
The study focused on assessing slum tourism as a viable tourism option. The objectives were to: determine the main tourism attraction in Kibera slum, establish the perceptions of Kibera’s slum dwellers, Kenya Tourism Board ...
Measures for Enhancing Participation in Physical Exercise and Sports by the Elderly in Eldoret West District, Kenya
(African Journal for Physical. Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD), 2011-12-02)
Physical activity is beneficial for the physical and mental health of the elderly by helping to prevent occurrence of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, falls, cognitive decline, dementia, and depression. However, information ...
Enhancing the Full Potential of Persons with Disabilities through Sports in the 21st Century with Reference to Kenya
(Disability Studies Quarterly, 2009-09)
As early as 460 BC, Hippocrates, the famous Greek Physician and Father of Medicine acknowledged the importance of exercise for strengthening the body, enhancing recovery from diseases, and for prevention and care of mental ...